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DWF Movie Review: ‘Wildlike’ – A Journey through Loss and Abuse to Redemption

Wildlike

Wildlike, a film by writer/director Frank Hall Green, was shown during the eighteenth Dances With Films (DWF) indie-film festival in Hollywood. Dances With Films promotes itself as relying on “innovation, talent, creativity and sweat equity” rather than celebrity. All those good qualities are evident in Wildlike. The film has an intriguing story, great characters and an interesting production history. Read More »

Movie Review: Zero Dark Thirty – Jessica Chastain Shines Bright

Chastain has already won the Golden Globe for this role, and she should be locked in for Oscar gold as well. Read More »

Oscars 2010: Writing and Directing

Without writers and directors, where would out precious movies be? Read More »

Oscars 2010: Film Editors Do Battle

Yes, editing is important, the better it is, the less you see. Read More »

Oscars 2010: Cinematography Showdown

Five movies, only one can win. Read More »

Oscars 2010: The Best Picture Race

Let's take a look at the 10 pictures in the race for the statue. Read More »

Tall Writer’s 2010 Oscar Picks

Check out my picks for the 82nd Annual Academy Awards, which will be televised live on Sunday, March 7 on ABC. Read More »

2010 Academy Award Predictions

Come Oscar night, these are the films to bet on. Read More »

2010 Oscar Nominations: Avatar and The Hurt Locker Lead the Pack

Now we know who's nominated. Tune in on March 7 to see who the winners are. Read More »

Movie Review: The Hurt Locker

Time blows away first impressions as a revisit to The Hurt Locker shows its age too quickly. Read More »